Finally, the President and the GOP have something in common
The government shutdown isn’t the end of the Republican majority
Duke researchers look at how liberals and conservatives rationalize their inflexible behavior
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry tells the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Bali that Republican members of Congress are jeopardizing American foreign relations
The party is split between those who want to win, and those who want to take a stand
The response to the State of the Union is a lousy assignment. Considering the circumstances, Florida senator Marco Rubio did OK.
The most important political story of the last two decades is the Republican Party’s journey to wackadoodleland.
The Republican Party’s post-election reckoning is not going well.
Someday, progressives will look back at the Obama presidency as a golden era of progress. They might as well start now.
Mitt Romney released his tax returns for 2011 on Friday afternoon, reporting nearly $2 million in owed taxes on $13.7 million in income, a 14.1% effective rate. The returns showed that he gave a hefty $4 million to charity, but only claimed a deduction on a little more than half of that.
Rally-around-the-flag time is over. For the most part, Republicans — with the exception of Mitt Romney — had held their fire in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks on the U.S. embassy in Cairo and consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which claimed the lives of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens. But as …
A party convention isn’t just a chance to celebrate the current presidential candidate, it’s where the search for the next one begins. TIME grades 10 promising Republicans who spoke at the 2012 RNC in Tampa
In Tampa on Thursday night, Mitt Romney delivered what was probably the best, most effective and most revealing speech of his life. But the bar for that achievement was low. And while Romney was smooth, warm and at times …